Sanctuary 30 on its way

Issue 30 Photography: Front cover image by Simon Whitbread

The Autumn issue of Sanctuary is on its way to letterboxes and newsagencies near you, full of green product and design tips for low-impact living.

In the latest issue of Sanctuary we ask whether we have become disconnected from the natural world. We consider the value of nature and how it can inform design with biomimicry, and the dramatic improvements it can make to the indoor spaces in which we spend so much time.

We take look at how technology can help us live with low-impact. This issue features the latest project by Positive Footprints – an exemplar in intelligent home sustainability. We also consider the feasibility of going off-grid in the city, and how to get the most out of grid-connected renewable energy.

This issue takes a look inside a surprising Mosman renovation which bucks the trend for over-sizing in Sydney’s affluent north shores and a light-filled modest take on a classic weatherboard in Brisbane. We’re also treated to a creative adaptation of a building with many lives in Hobart, and an architect’s own home in Margaret River used as a showcase for reuse and restraint.

And as always we feature a range of green products and design tips for your home.

Have a read, and let us know your thoughts. Perhaps there’s something else you would you like to see in Sanctuary? Let us know on Facebook, Twitter or email.

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Cover of Issue 30
You can read more about Sanctuary 30 on its way in Issue 30 of Sanctuary magazine.

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